A familiar player will be returning to M&T Bank Stadium on Sunday but in a different uniform.
Our on-field reporter Jerry Coleman hit the turf after the game between the Baltimore Ravens and the Cleveland Browns. He caught up with Brandon Stokley, Marlon Brown, Vonta Leach and Corey Graham to get the players take on the game, the good and the bad.
After unveiling the Super Bowl Banner to the fans, the Ravens took to the field and faced their AFC rival, The Browns, who jumped out to an early 6-0 led by two Billy Cundiff FG’s, in his first appearance back in Baltimore after he was cut by the team last offseason.
The Defending Champion Ravens will arrive in Denver with a few new faces on the roster this season.
The Orioles begin what could be a “decisive road trip” this week, being just two games out of the second wild card spot chasing Tampa Bay and Oakland.
The Ravens certainly did not play like a defending Super Bowl champ in the first half, when they were thoroughly out played by Atlanta’s starters. However, the second and third-teamers played like they were fighting for a spot on the squad by inspiring the comeback.
Jerry Coleman had the opportunity to talk with Hall Of Fame Left Tackle Jonathan Ogden 1-on-1 as he became a part of Football history over the weekend.
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Ravens GM Ozzie Newsome had nothing but glowing remarks to say about Offensive Lineman Jonathan Ogden, about to become the first Raven to play his entire career with the franchise and then be inducted into the Pro football Hall of Fame.
Field Reporter, Jerry Coleman went to the defending Super Bowl Champion Baltimore Ravens Training Camp to see what the players and coaches had to say about this year’s camp. They all seem focused on the task at hand.
The Ravens seem ready to fly into a season with a lot of new faces. Which are due in part to the turnover from winning the Super Bowl, but that doesn’t concern veterans such as Joe Flacco who is 1 of 7 players left from the 2008 draft class on this team.
It has been another successful first half of the season for the Birds of Baltimore as they have proven multiple times on national television that the team is here to stay and last year was no fluke.